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IB 20th Century World History Unit Organizer 2012/13
Transcript of IB 20th Century World History Unit Organizer 2012/13
Room #A203 / 2012-2013 Wars The Cold War Communism in Crisis Critical Concepts: #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 Origins of the
Cold War Development and impact of the Cold War End of the
Cold War is about... The causes, practices and effects of wars during the 20th Century is about... Types of War WWI WWII Gulf War is about... The major challenges--social, political, and economic--facing the regimes in the leading socialist (Communist) states from 1976-1989 and the nature of response of those regimes is about... China USSR Ideological Differences Civil Limited Total War Revolutionary Guerrilla Effects Long-term causes Tactics and strategies Short-term causes Homefront / Movements Effects Long-term causes Tactics and strategies Short-term causes Homefront / Movements Chinese Civil War Effects Long-term causes Tactics and strategies Short-term causes Homefront / Movements Effects Long-term causes Tactics and strategies Short-term causes Homefront / Movements Spheres of Influence Allies to Enemies Alliances and Diplomacy Mutual Suspicion
and Fear Global spread of the Cold War from European origins Cold War policies (containment, brinkmanship, detente, etc.) United Nations and Non-Aligned Movement Leadership during the Cold War Arms Race Social, Cultural, and Economic Impact Breakdown of Soviet control over Central and Eastern Europe Break-up of the Soviet Union Struggle for power following the death of Mao and Hua Rise and fall of the Gang of Four China under Deng Tienanmen Square Problems of the Brezhnev era Gorbachev Glasnost and Perestroika Poland, Czechoslovakia, and the Berlin Wall Reasons for limited war
Role of Superpowers
Role of the UN
Role of democracy
Role of the media